Chomsky has historically disavowed both parties, labelling them as different arms of one overarching set of corporate interests. But in 2016, his tune has changed rather notably, and the MIT professor has spoken out forcefully about the unique threat the Republican Party presents to the human species itself.
Palin and other extreme anti-science, anti-environmentalists have gleefully leapt on the tragedy in Colorado to smear the government and federal environmental regulation in general. The reality is - as it always is with right wing fanatics - the exact opposite.
MEMBERS ONLY: While we have green energy commitments, panels on climate change, and policies to prevent the decimation of wildlife, there is an elephant in the room that few leaders are willing to acknowledge. It's a truth so obvious that it cannot be mentioned given it undermines the entire basis of Western capitalism and the philosophical paradigm we've been living under for the past 500 years.
Unilever's "Project Sunlight" campaign is brilliantly vague; like all genius ad campaigns, it does little other than inspire sentiment. Partnering with Oxfam, Population Services International (PSI), Save the Children, UNICEF and the World Food Programme, Unilever, through Project Sunlight, is “working toward” a more sustainable future, touting its corporate environmental achievements while subtly putting the onus for real change on the consumer.